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Scirj Volume II, Issue VI, June 2014 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Do patients understand medical communication? Patients’ knowledge on anatomical location of organs in human body

Dr. B. S. Ramanayake, Dr. N. E. Liyanagoda, Dr. P. K. Dahanayake, Dr. M. A. D. Hemachandra

Abstract: Doctors often assume that patients have basic knowledge of the body and its functioning. Patients’ knowledge may vary and could depend on number of factors. Misunderstandings in consultation could lead to patient dissatisfaction, unsatisfactory compliance and outcome. This study explored patients’ knowledge on location of organs.

Reference this Paper: Do patients understand medical communication? Patients’ knowledge on anatomical location of organs in human body by Dr. B. S. Ramanayake, Dr. N. E. Liyanagoda, Dr. P. K. Dahanayake, Dr. M. A. D. Hemachandra published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume II, Issue VI, June 2014 Edition, Page 12-16 ".

Search Terms: Patients, primary care, anatomical location, organs

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